Mt. Cislón (1,562 m a.s.l.), or Cucul, a crest in the Fiemme Mountains, is located entirely in the Monte Corno Nature Park
Mt. Cislón, a wide ridge in the Fiemme Mountains, is known under different names: Monte Cislón, Cislon, Zislon, Cisloner Berg, Cucul or Guggul. At its eastern side there is the village of Trodena (Truden), on a terrace in the west lies the village of Montagna (Montan) with its hamlets, and on a foothill towards the Valle dell’Adige valley rises the famous Castelfeder or Castelvetere hill.
On the western flank, however, there is the eponymous mountain hut. With its large meadows, the Malga Cislon at 1,249 m a.s.l. is a popular excursion destination for families. It can be reached from Trodena in a 45-minutes walk on the path no. 1. On the way to the top lies also the so-called Hochwand (1,378 m a.s.l.), a viewpoint overlooking the Bassa Atesina and the Oltradige area and stretching to the Mendola Ridge and the peaks of the Brenta Group in the Trentino.